Parents: Don’t forget to do this before you go on vacation without your children!

I just returned from a wonderful much-needed girls’ weekend away with my high school girlfriends. It was the first time I left both of my children overnight with my husband. Of course, two days before I

Updating Your Estate Plan Documents When You Move to Another State

As most of you know, my family moved from our beloved home in Ann Arbor, Michigan to the Dallas area in 2015 for my husband’s job as Senior Counsel for Toyota. It was a wonderful opportunity for

Three Documents You Need For Your College Kids

When your child turns 18 and is away at college, you might not realize that you won’t have the ability to talk to the school or the hospital or the doctors in the event your child has a medical emergency due to the Privacy Rule of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

Have Any General Estate Planning Questions?

I want to be as accessible as possible, especially to those of you who simply do not know where to begin. Maybe you just have general questions that you have been meaning to Google or ask an estate planning attorney but never get around to it.  I get it – it’s time-consuming and overwhelming to get